Purpose Makes You Feel So Much Better, Says MS Advocate
Claudia Curry Hill's energy and experience help raise millions toward finding a cure for MS.
By Stephanie Stephens
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Some people just make things happen. Claudia Curry Hill is one of those people, generously giving her time and energy to projects that do good things for people with disabilities and for women's health in general. She's been especially instrumental in managing and supporting events for people who, like her, have multiple sclerosis (MS).
Curry Hill, 70, serves on the board of Race to Erase MS, the organization founded in 1993 and still led today by philanthropist Nancy Davis.
Every year, Race to Erase MS holds a celebrity gala to raise funds in support of its Center Without Walls research program. Its 25th annual gala, held in Los Angeles on April 20, 2019, raised more than .6 million, for a total of million for the foundation since its inception.
The day after the gala, the organization holds an MS forum and expo, for which Curry Hill assembles and moderates an expert panel to talk about advances in MS research and patient care. The presentation is free and open to anyone who can make it to Beverly Hills, California — and in 2019, it was also broadcast live on Facebook.
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